On December 11, 2012 I was asked by Weymouth Design, Inc. to shoot a glass blowing class at MIT for their promotional content on their website. This is a voluntary class at MIT and is one of the most sought-after classes at the university. In fact, hundreds of students have to enter a lottery and only around 24 students are allowed to participate. I used two flash units for the shots in the hot furnace room, triggering them with a Pocket Wizard Flex TT5. For the lottery event that night I didn’t use a flash. I’d never been more thankful for the equipment warranty that I purchased in case anything had gone haywire in this photoshoot. Here are some of my favorites.